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Trevor Cangelosi is managing Partner of Cangelosi & Associates. Trevor has been a resident of Charleston, South Carolina for more than fifteen years. He attended the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill where he graduated cum laude with a double major in Philosophy and Music. He is a member of the Honors College Society of Philosophy. Between undergraduate and law school, Trevor volunteered with the Red Cross in Indonesia and served on disaster release missions. For his public service, he received a commendation from the US House of Representatives.
Trevor’s grandfather, Theodore Cangelosi, served on the Louisiana House of Representatives and was legal counsel to Governor Earl Long. Trevor followed in his grandfather’s footsteps attending the University of Chapel Hill School of Law. During Law School, Trevor became a member of one of the most recognized law school groups, The Holderness Moot Court Bench, after winning the Intra-school Moot Court Trial Competition.
After graduating UNC Chapel Hill Law School in 2008, He has tried more than 70 cases statewide with excellent results and has appeared before the South Carolina Court of Appeals.
He is listed among Super Lawyers as a Rising Star.
Trevor’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation. His practice areas include trucking accidents, premises liability, construction defect, dram shop and liquor liability defense, Intellectual Property, municipal liability, admiralty and maritime defense, business and contract disputes, defamation (libel and slander), professional liability, real estate and property litigation (including zoning and regulatory disputes), environmental law, product liability claims, and personal injury. In addition, Trevor routinely litigates declaratory judgment actions and provides coverage opinions. Recently, Trevor assisted a major carrier with redrafting a personal lines automobile insurance policy.
Trevor currently resides in Mount Pleasant, SC with his wife Tracey and their dog Cool Hand Luke. He plays guitar and harmonica, enjoys cooking.
Most importantly, Trevor’s mother told him that his purpose in life is to serve others. His favorite quote is by Mahatma Ghandi, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”